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  2. A SPLENDID CITIZEN

    Within a little over a year the founders of the well-known and long-established legal firm of G. & J. Downer—Sir John Downer and Mr. Alexander George Downer—have ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 1,715 words
  3. PRESSING FORWARD.

    While the operations on the western front throughout the week have not produced sensational results, the Allied offensive has been steadily pressed home, and the Germans have been compelled to yield's considerable amount of ground both to the French and the British. The Australians have ...

    Article : 242 words
  4. "BLOODIEST CONFLICT KNOWN IN HISTORY."

    Herr von Wiegand, the "World's" Berlin correspondent, supplies a vivid story of fighting on the Sommo. He says:—"I am writing from the German headquarters ...

    Article : 516 words
  5. Latest War Cables.

    General Sir Douglas Haig, in a dispatch received by the War Office on Tuesday afternoon, states:—"We retook nearly the whole of the trenches north-west of ...

    Article : 504 words
  6. KING AT THE FRONT.

    Mr. Philip Gibbs, in a telegram published this morning, says:—"The King has visited all parts of the front. All the traffic ...

    Article : 663 words
  7. FATALITIES AND ACCIDENTS

    Mr. Charles Lloyd, who met with an accident yesterday afternoon while assisting to unload the coal steamer Saros, died in the Wallaroo Hospital last night. ...

    Article : 36 words
  8. SPLASHED BY MOLTEN LEAD.

    Mr. H. Kuhl, farmer, of Anlaby Blocks, to-day melted down some lead and was pouring it round an iron bar. As soon as it came into contact with the cold iron it ...

    Article : 86 words
  9. A BROKEN LEG.

    Mr. Carl Schlein, a gardener, while working in his stable this morning, slipped and broke his leg below the knee. He was removed to a hospital at St. Peters, where ...

    Article : 54 words
  10. MINOR INFANTRY ENGAGEMENTS.

    General Sir Douglas Haig, in a dispatch received by the War Office on Wednesday afternoon, states.—"With the exception of minor infantry engagements in the ...

    Article : 690 words
  11. CATTLE FROM THE INTERIOR.

    FARINA, August 14.—About 450 cattle were trucked here on Friday last for the city. They are the property of Mr. S. Kidman, and were in charge of Drover ...

    Article : 79 words
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